Yesterday in Charlottesville, Virginia, white-supremicist Richard Spencer and other alt-right folks marched to protest the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee in a local park. They brought torches … citronella tiki torches, that is:
— Richard ? Spencer (@RichardBSpencer) May 14, 2017
Twitter than torched the protesters over their use of the festive bug-repellant in their march:
Pathetic US fascists protest removal of slaveholding rebel icon bearing citronella torches, to protect girlish soft skin from insect bites. pic.twitter.com/xjdExDRycu
— DPRK News Service (@DPRK_News) May 14, 2017
*Tiki torches, btw
Because nothing says white power like Citronella on a stick. https://t.co/6PbfPKKcXF
— Brandon Finnigan (@B_M_Finnigan) May 14, 2017
The only thing funnier than nazis sobbing over confederate monuments is that they came bearing citronella tiki torches. badass pic.twitter.com/yInUX8P0Uu
— Chris Mohney (@chrismohney) May 14, 2017
Also it's hilarious that they went with those citronella outdoor festive tiki candles typically reserved for backyard cookouts. pic.twitter.com/1a83Kb7h1Y
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) May 14, 2017
Yo but moms whose grown sons still live with them: If you dunno where he was yesterday & he smells like citronella today-ASK SOME QUESTIONS.
— Jessica Huseman (@JessicaHuseman) May 14, 2017
I said nothing, when they came with citronella tiki torches, because hey, funny!
— William Gibson (@GreatDismal) May 14, 2017
Lol at this pack of racist nerds with their citronella tiki torches. Looks like a D&D meetup pic.twitter.com/ydknREGoAM
— Madalena McNeil (@madalenamcneil) May 14, 2017
— Trey Graham (@treygraham) May 14, 2017
"The closest we have are tiki torches. Like for barbecues."
"They're citronella scented. Are you also racist against mosquitos?"
— Robert Brockway (@Brockway_LLC) May 14, 2017
— FrancescoFrancavilla (@f_francavilla) May 14, 2017